Trejo 22lr machine pistol

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing Forum' started by chino_mobb, Oct 8, 2012.

  1. chino_mobb

    chino_mobb New Member

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    Hey guys.


    I got this here pistol from an old time, and it was all rusted up and in real bad conditon. so i deceided to take it apart to try and clean it up abit.
    Now i am at the point were i cannot remember how to set up the hammer to the trigger back together.
    Everyone just keeps telling me that it looks like a colt 1911 1a but the hammer part is slightly diffrent.
    I tried high and low but cannot find any info on how to set it back together.
    Is there anyone out there who can help me out??
    Attached are some pics of the pistol.
    Also im on a rock in the caribbean, no smiths here to help me out.
    Would be very thankfull to see this lill guy back in action again.:)


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  2. FullautoUSA

    FullautoUSA Welcoming Committee/ Resident Pellet Gunner Lifetime Supporter

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    From the title I'm guessing it is made by some company called Trejo, and it is a .22. Is it full auto or are you just calling it a "machine pistol", and I may be able to help you if I can see all the parts and if the picture is clear, it is defiantly some variant of a 1911, did you check the Internet.
     

  3. c3shooter

    c3shooter Administrator Staff Member

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    Welcome to the forum- when you get a moment, please stop by the introductions thread and say hello.

    Chino is posting from South America, and the Trejo is indeed a machine pistol- the smallest full auto made.

    It has it's origin in Mexico in the 1950s, and is extremely rare in the US. I have never seen one in person, only videos of the gun firing. The rate of fire is extremely fast, about 1300 shots per minute- and in a small pistol, almost impossible to control.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trejo_pistol

    I wish I could provide more information- Yo lo siento, senor.
     
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  4. FullautoUSA

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    Do they have better gun laws than us?
     
  5. chino_mobb

    chino_mobb New Member

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    heres a break down on the pistol
     
  6. chino_mobb

    chino_mobb New Member

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    actually no we dont have better gun laws, i always have to sneak up into the goonies to play with my toys. St.maarten is in the caribbean that falls under the dutch kingdon and the laws are kind of strick but we still have our fun some how.
     
  7. FullautoUSA

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    It looks like it assembles like a 1911, trigger assembly is a little different
     
  8. FullautoUSA

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    Where are you having trouble?
     
  9. chino_mobb

    chino_mobb New Member

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    ok the problem i am having is putting back the hammer to the receiver.
    number 4 and 5.
    having problem with number 5 as i dont know where inside the receiver it should go and when i try to cock back the hammer it wont.


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  10. FullautoUSA

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    Could you translate 5 to English please I'm not sure what it is
     
  11. chino_mobb

    chino_mobb New Member

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    hey i think i got it, there is a sping at the top of 6 that i did not know of and have to push that down so 5 can fit in there. will let you know how it works out,
     
  12. FullautoUSA

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    Hope it works out well, would love to see it in action, seems like it would be a hell of a time